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December 8, 2020

“The Right Stuff” (2.0)

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 10:17 am


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Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the misting, chilly, snow flurried, sassy, sacred, sexy island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on an ‘ocean effect’, snowy grass covered, happy Hyannis Tuesday morning, The Eighth Day of December, 2020.  It’s beginning to look a lot like…, what with the beautiful shining red and green Christmas lights outside this ‘humble’ ‘reporter’s’ window, combined with the first snow on Cape this season, puts one in said holiday cheer, remembering the message of the fine film, “It’s a Wonderful Life”, circa 1946;

Where a man was saved and an Angel got his wings!


Christmas snow’s serene spirit baby!

Even with dangerous, diabolical Grinches–i.e. “Nazi” Pelosi, Gavin, “the Gavinator’, Newsom, etcetera, two lizards, I mean politicians who define ’swamp creatures from “The Black Lagoon”‘ in Wikipedia, pictures included–flailing about, some, like scum bag Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, are winning prizes from “Hell-y-wood”, really, for a pandemic?  During ‘these difficult times Governor?  An Emmy, for what?

Manipulation? Malfeasance? Cruel and Unusual Punishment? Mass genocide?

They must have given you your prize because of your outstanding acting abilities and your exquisite talent in the manipulation, deception and “Deliverance” of complete and utter hor$e$hit!

Not to mention deadly vaccines!

What a guy!

Only a year after the aforementioned Christmas film had been released to the general public,1947, a young Air Force pilot named Charles Elwood Yeager broke the speed of sound barrier. Indeed, this famous, beloved World War II ace pilot became the first man to successfully fly faster than said speed of sound. In 1953 he flew the X-1A aircraft far faster, clocked at 1650 mph, two and a half times that speed of sound.  Yeager was inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame in 1973 and retired a Brigadier General in 1975.

Chuck Yeager passed away yesterday at the ripe old age of 97 after living a full and honorable life, an inspiration to US all.

A real American hero.

A man with “The Right Stuff”.

God’s Speed Chuck!

Fly with the Angels now and help us down here with all these bat $hit crazy communist turncoats, the slick Zionist banking kids who want to take over the world;

“…relying primarily on covert means…”

No more Mr. Potter’s!

Only kind, generous, compassionate, loving, loyal, honorable, decent, honest, caring, intelligent, trustworthy George Bailey’s and Donna Reed’s thank you very much!

After all,

God gave us free will did he not?


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